Russolo's artistic activity was marked by multiple interests and by passages from one particular expressive art to another: from music to painting, back to music, from music to philosophy and magic-esoteric, to then end up in the recent years, still with painting. Certainly the two disciplines, the musical one and the pictorial one, cannot be combined due to the uniqueness of language or content, and this only reinforces the hypothesis that in that man, still undecided which art to follow, there was a solid conviction: the universality of art, on the other hand, however, shows us an artist who understood the importance of the innovative scope and the expressive possibilities of the futurist language, precisely that capable of becoming common to all the arts: from literature to painting, from sculpture to music, from theater to dance, from poetry to "noise". Russolo's creative eclecticism, highlighted in the years of futurism, has, in some ways, shown that a considerable part of artistic creativity was born from a rational approach, perhaps motivated by aesthetic and philosophical certainties, but also by an empirical practicality of the arts .